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such strange blooms….
I love these strange blooms. This white one is lovely at the moment.
I’d love to grow a red one. Maybe next year.
These green blooms haven’t burst into color yet.
Sometimes they grow in some really weird shapes. It’s called fasciation. I had a very odd blue stem last year. Unfortunately, I didn’t get a good picture of it. It can produce some bizarre stems.
These blue flowers just have a bit of a bend in them.
Love the white ones!
Did you know the trumpet part of a daffodil is also known as the corona? These poor daffodils might have a corona problem!
I like these even though they haven’t got the traditional trumpet shape associated with daffodils. The yellow ‘bits’, the coronas, are very disheveled. For more of my daffodils, click here.
For Cee’s Flower of the Day (FOTD) challenge
A selection of daffodils from my garden. My favorite first.
For Cee’s Flower of the Day (FOTD) challenge.
Nature never ceases to amaze with beautiful color combinations. The deep blue and red is an impressive combination. The yellow frilled trim on the orange is just perfect.
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looks almost aggressive here
It was lurking in my garden. It was all alone, a survivor from the past year.
The colours were divine.
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